There are just eleven games to go in our League One campaign.
Just eleven games to go to seal our date with destiny as a club that have achieved back-to-back promotions.
With eleven games to go, Luton Town Football Club have a five-point lead over second-placed Barnsley and a seven-point lead over third-placed Sunderland, with the Black Cats having a game in hand.
The race for promotion is far from over, a lot can still happen, and that dream can still, we all realise, become a nightmare.
We’re at the time of the season whereby results are far more important than the performance, although to get both the three points and a decent performance would be a nice bonus.
Against Rochdale, at Kenilworth Road, yesterday, the Hatters grabbed the three points on offer but had to work hard to do so, definitely a case of the result being better than the performance.
It was after Danny Hylton had given the Hatters a 1-0 lead, in the fifty-eighth minute, a game where you thought the Hatters were safe but also acutely aware that one slip-up would see Rochdale escape with an unlikely share of the spoils.
Thankfully, with the nails being bitten, a stoppage-time goal from James Collins eased those fears.
Three more points, the record-breaking unbeaten run continues and all is looking good, but prepare for some more nervy moments.
Next up for the Hatters are Plymouth, at Home Park, next Saturday.
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